A 2011 National Crime Victimization Survey estimated that between 1993 and 2009, health-care workers had a 20-percent higher rate of workplace violence than the average seen by all workers.
This webinar will increase awareness among physicians and other healthcare providers about the growing problem of workplace violence in all healthcare settings. Participants will learn about risk factors for workplace violence, the ways in which violence impacts the workplace at an organizational level, principles of workplace violence mitigation covered in the 2016 federal guidelines, and the requirements of the new Washington Workplace Violence prevention plan.
Workplace Violence Against Healthcare Workers
April 16, 2020
12:00pm-1:00pm Pacific Time
Live Zoom webinar
Accreditation: CME is pending for this activity
Dr. Jason Fodeman is a board certified internist. He has spent the last five years practicing primary care and supervising and teaching medical residents in the practice of primary care. In his last roles as Assistant Professor and Associate Medical Director, he led efforts to revamp the opioid prescribing practices of a large, urban resident clinic. He coauthored a module with the American Medical Association entitled the “Essentials of Good Pain Care: A Team-Based Approach” as a part of the AMA’s Steps Forward curriculum to help other providers and health systems take an evidence-based, patient-centered approach at a systemic level to the treatment of pain.
He has held several leadership roles in organized medicine and been published in the peer reviewed literature. The Pennsylvania Medical Society recognized Dr. Fodeman as one of the top 40 Doctors under 40 in Pennsylvania.
Dr. Fodeman completed his undergraduate studies in Economics at Johns Hopkins University. He earned his Medical Doctorate degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine. While practicing medicine full-time, Dr. Fodeman earned an MBA from the University of Arizona.